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As the adoption rate of the cloud continues to rise, today‚Äôs businesses are faced with a significant integration issue. Instead of needing to simply stitch together internal data and applications, IT is now faced with integrating internal information with external applications and services. Read this handbook to gain insight on how to overcome this complexity with the right techniques and technologies. Our experts explain some of the top application integration hurdles you could face and offer strategies for avoiding them.  Access >>>

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  • Application integration presents no shortage of hurdles for businesses
  • A different animal, SaaS apps require new integration strategies, tools
  • Cloud connectors are fine, but watch for vendor lock-in

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